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Why does cancer research uk classify throat cancer as ‘hard to treat’?

When a patient is diagnosed with throat cancer, their treatment may include surgery, along with chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The throat area carries very important nerve …

Scottish government needs to heed public health england’s stance

The founder of Falkirk-based national charity, the Throat Cancer Foundation has broadly welcomed a decision made by the UK Government’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and …

‘HPV & Throat Cancer’ Guides For Patients And Professionals

Following surveys of patients who have a HPV-related throat cancer and medical professionals who are involved in the diagnosis and treatment of these cancers we’ve …

‘HPV Vaccine Cuts Cancer-causing Infection’

The BBC reports that HPV infections decreased in women aged 16 to 21 by 86% between 2010 and 2016. This is a result of the HPV …

HPV Jabs Will Be Offered To Thousands Of Teen Boys On The NHS

The Mail on Sunday has reported that Jeremy Hunt will give the go-ahead for boys to vaccinated against HPV at the same time as girls. …

We’ve Taken The First Step In Our Universal HPV Vaccination Case

Our lawyers have now sent a letter before claim to Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Jeremy Hunt and the Joint Committee on …

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